Yesterday my hubby and I were chaperons for our granddaughter, Isabella's, third grade trip to Henry Ford Museum.
Jerry and me waiting for the school buses to arrive...
And here they are!
Right photo L-R: Zoe, Isabella, and their teacher.
~ Lunch time near the Oscar Mayer Weiner Mobile ~
~ The vintage diner price for tea was .05 cents ~
The display below piqued my interest.
Notice the tea kettles on the 1840 [left] and 1930 [right] stoves.
Below is a 1775-1780 folding camp bed that George Washington slept on as he toured the battlefields in New York and New England. Notice his teapot on the floor near his bed.
Jerry's first job in high school was a night manager at McDonald's, so we had to photograph the "Golden Arches."
Zoe and Izzy on the bus that African-American civil rights activist, Rosa Parks, was riding in 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger.
~ Amelia Earhart ~
~ Isabella ~
What a fun day! There's something for everyone's interest at the museum. The girls had fun in the two gift shops too. ;-)